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Gabon is covered by 80% of forests

Gabon is a country on the coast of Central Africa and is located on the Equator. This country has a population estimated to be 2.3 million people with the 80% of the country covered by forests. Gabon is among the ten countries covered by the Congo Basin which is the world’s second largest River Basin […]

Some of the interesting facts about Africa which you probably don’t know about

Between 2000-3000 Languages are spoken in Africa There are at least 3,000 distinct ethnic communities in Africa. Each community has distinct dialects and different culture. Kiswahili is the most spoken native language with over 150 million speakers followed by Amharic(Ethiopian official language) with over 100 million speakers, Hausa with over 80 million speakers and Yoruba […]

My gratitudes to your

I’m expressing my gratitudes to you for the support that you gave, I bought a new laptop which will be of great help to the kids, other people around me and I. I won’t struggle again in demonstrating to kids as I will share videos to them whenever necessary. The laptop will help Grade 4 […]

Challenges facing Education in Kenya and Africa overall

Corona virus pandemic has worsened already existing challenges in Kenya and the rest of Africa. Despite the efforts put forward by the governments around Africa, education still faces numerous challenges. High Poverty Levels According to Brookings Africa is the last frontier in the fight against extreme poverty. Currently one in three Africans live below the […]

The battle of Adwa, when Ethiopians defeated Italians

Ethiopians do joke about other countries in Africa that, “while you celebrate liberation or Independence Day, we Ethiopians celebrate victory day. ” During the wake of scrambling and partition of Africa, sections of communites and kingdoms resisted the occupation and eventual colonisation by European powers. With knowledge of superior weapons the Europeans possessed, and need […]

The Great Wall of Benin

The Benin Moat (Iya in the local language) was built as defensive fortification around Benin City during when the kingdom engaged in many wars. The Kingdom was in today’s southern Nigeria and capital was Edo which is known as Benin City today. Quick facts: The Benin walls consisted of combination of ramparts and moats. The […]

Jumba la Mtwana

Jumba la Mtwana is a Kiswahili word meaning “the large house of the slaves .” The site is located on the Indian Ocean coast of Kenya, close to Mtwapa Creek, at Malindi in Kilifi county 15 kilometres north of Mombasa. There are four mosques and four houses in the area that have survived the test […]

Hundreds of schoolgirls kidnapped in Nigeria

Kidnappers have abducted hundreds of schoolgirls in northwest Nigeria’s Zamfara state, the state governor’s spokesman said on Friday. This is the second such kidnappings in less than two weeks in Nigeria’s north, where armed militants are surging which is being caused by dwindling security. A teacher said that at least 300 learners were abducted by […]

480 pupils being schooled under trees

Schools from across the country in Kenya resumed their studies on January this year, not all learners were advantaged as some had to learn under the trees as schools fight to maintain Covid-19 protocols of social distancing. Kenyan Cabinet Secretary was quoted saying teachers should be innovative in accommodating all learners, he defended this situation […]

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